Crafty Sheep’s April Color Challenge

I blogged about Crafty Sheep’s April Color Challenge 
(http://pam-thebestlaidplans.blogspot.com/2012/04/blog-post_9696.html) mid-month. I have loved the cuffs I have seen at the various link parties I visit. There is such an array of styles. I decided to try making a cuff using the color challenge as my guide. I love how the colors all came together. I used a scrap of a polk-a-dot fabric and lined with a stripe scrap. The button came out of my button jar, the orange elastic I had from making pony tail holders with covered buttons. Embroidery thread and machine thread all were already in my supplies. Cost for this project- $0.00! I love projects where I am able to shop at home in my own supplies, don’t you? 
I used stem stitch, back stitch and french knots to complete this cuff.

Back side of cuff.

Isn’t it cute? I love the colors that were chosen for this project.

Linking up:
http://my1929charmer.com/sundays-best-28-par-tay/
http://www.flourmewithlove.com/2012/04/mix-it-up-monday_29.html
http://shakentogether.blogspot.com/2012/04/whats-shakin-link-party-6-party-faves.html
http://www.the36thavenue.com/2012/05/sticker-time-and-party-time-53.html
http://www.craftionary.net/2012/05/friday-fun-party-and-features-18.html
http://www.happyhourprojects.com/2012/05/happy-hour-friday-0504.html
http://www.joyinthejumble.com/2012/05/pomp-party-16-and-features.html
http://herecomesthesun-kelly.blogspot.com/2012/05/fabulous-friday-24.html

Comments

  1. Its so cute! I love the floral pattern and your embroidery.

  2. Thanks! It was a fun project. 🙂

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